Brunch should be more than just smashed avo and almond lattes. Say yes to bottomless tacos and margaritas at Sonora Potts Point.
Some would say brekkie is the most important meal of the day. But for foodies like us, we’re not talking about a bowl of dry muesli or slice of burnt toast. When it comes to weekend brunching, it’s all about finding exciting (and delicious) new spots that are pushing the boundaries of what brunch can, and should, taste like. And if you’re searching for a new spot to add to your list, look no further than Sonora Potts Point.
This new eastern suburbs’ joint is delivering a delicious dose of authentic Mexican eats. Brought to Potts Point from the crew behind Bondi’s Carbon and Taqiza, Sonora brings a little slice of modern Mexican cuisine to Sydney shores. This slick new joint delivers a curated menu of eats including flavourful entries, house-made tacos loaded with everything from Grass Fed Rump Steak (served with heirloom tomato salsa, spring onions, avocado puree), Wagyu Pastrami Burrito (featuring guacamole, coriander sauerkraut, chipotle mustard, smoked mozzarella, black beans) plus the crowd-pleasing BBQ Chicken (served with mole blanco, pumpkin pure, smoked almonds) and so much more.
This month Sonora is here to elevate Sydney’s brunch game with the perfect weekend menu of eats and drinks. Every Saturday and Sunday from 12pm to 5pm, prepare your stomach for two-hours of bottomless tacos and tequila at Sonora Potts Point. For just $79 per person get ready to dine on all bottomless tacos and tequila with your crew at this hot new dining spot.
So, what can you expect on the menu? Get ready for gourmet tacos loaded with delectable authentic Mexican flavours, including Lamb Brocheta with oyster mushroom, bullhorn peppers, cumin crema and beetroot relish, Grilled Octopus with smoked capsicum sauce, confit garlic, sweet potato and salsa verde and Tomahawk Steak with chimichurri and barbeque jalepeño. To wash it all down, punters can score bottomless margaritas featuring top-shelf Mezcal (with five varieties to choose from) or bottomless rosé or Tecate Mexican beer.